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Juken Sentai Gekiranger
Number 31
Number of episodes: 49
First episode: Niki-Niki! Beast Fist!
Power Rangers Counterpart: Power Rangers Jungle Fury
Original airing: February 18, 2007 – February 10, 2008
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Juken Sentai Gekiranger (獣拳戦隊ゲキレンジャー Jūken Sentai Gekirenjā?, translated as Beast-Fist Squadron Fiece Spirit Ranger) is Toei Company Limited's 31st entry into the Super Sentai franchise. Its theme is that of Kung-Fu with a wild cat motif. Production began on September 29, 2006 with principal photography beginning on October 6, 2006. It premiered on February 18, 2007. Its footage was used for Power Rangers Jungle Fury.

PlotEdit

"Sensing one's beast heart... A kenpou for obtaining beast power... Beast Fist! Beast Fist is split into two opposing schools. One, a Beast Fist of Justice! Fierce Qi Beast Fist Beast Arts! The Other, an evil Beast Fist! Confrontation Beast Fist Aku Gata! Martial artists destined to fight must survive daily for the top. They learn... They change..."
―Narrator[src]

Four thousand years ago, in China, a form of Kenpo martial arts was developed by ten humans and would become known as the Beast-Fist style. Beast-Fist is a martial art in which one mimics the abilities of animals as well as means of reaching spiritual peace. However, dissent grew among its creators. Three believed that they should use the suffering and hatred harnessed within humans to increase their power, uses their power to assume their monstrous forms, the Three Fist Demons. The other seven believed that the strength should come from within and were forced to fight their former friends, ending the fight with a forbidden technique to seal the Fist Demons' powers at the cost of losing their own human forms in the process, becoming the Fist Sages. Followers of the Fist Sages created the Fierce Beast-Fist Beast Arts school: the Beast-Fist of justice whose sport discipline enhances the human body with the self-produced positive Qi called Fierce Ki. It is taught by Grand Master Sha-Fu, one of the seven Fist Sages, using a sporting goods company named "SCRTC" as a front. The followers of the Three Fist Demons practice the evil form of the Beast-Fist style known as Confrontation Beast-Fist Akugata.

By present time, a fallen student from the Fierce Beast-Fist school named Rio leads the Confrontation Beast Fist-style and rebuilds the Confrontation Beast Hall with intention of world domination. Bringing other Confrontation Beast-Fist users back from the dead as kyonshi, he collects Confrontation Ki, Fierce Ki's polar opposite, to revive the Three Fist Demons so that through their teachings, he can become stronger. To fight the new Confrontation Beast Hall, the Fist Sage Sha-Fu had been training two youths: Ran Uzaki and Retsu Fukami. Along with Jan Kandou, a feral boy raised by tigers, the Gekiranger team is formed to save the world from Rio's ambitions.

CharactersEdit

GekirangersEdit

Main article: Gekirangers
Gekiranger

Gekiranger

GekiRed Jan Kandou
GekiYellow Ran Uzaki
GekiBlue Retsu Fukami
GekiViolet Gou Fukami
GekiChopper Ken Hisatsu

Other HeroesEdit

Main article: RinJyuKen Warriors
Rio-mele

Rio and Mele in their original forms

Black Lion Rio Rio
Confrontation Beast Chameleon-Fist Mele Mele

Fist SagesEdit

AlliesEdit

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ArsenalEdit

Category:Arsenal (Gekiranger)

MechaEdit

Category:Mecha (Gekiranger)

GekiwazaEdit

Main article: Beast-Fist Techniques#Geki Waza

Confrontation Beast-Fist AkugataEdit

  • Fist Demons (1, 10-35, 49)
    "Hatred is power givingly born. Sky Fist Demon, Confrontation Beast Hawk-Fist's Kata!"
    "Envy is power bestowed. Sea Fist Demon, Confrontation Beast Jelly-Fist's Rageku!"
    "Rage is the power to dominate. Land Fist Demon, Confrontation Beast Bear-Fist's Maku!"

ArsenalEdit

RingiEdit

Main article: Beast-Fist Techniques#Ringi

Mechung FuEdit

MechaEdit

StylesEdit

Main article: Beast-Fist Techniques#Mechkung Fu

Mythical Beast-FistEdit

Twin PhantomsEdit

  • Sanyo's Twin Phantoms (37-45)
  • Mele's Twin Phantoms (39-46)
  • Suugu's Twin Phantoms (43-44)

GengiEdit

Main article: Beast-Fist Techniques#Gengi

Space KenpoEdit

EpisodesEdit

Juken Sentai Gekiranger Episodes


SongsEdit

Opening theme
  • "Juken Sentai Gekiranger" (獣拳戦隊ゲキレンジャー Jūken Sentai Gekirenjā?)
    • Lyrics: Neko Oikawa
    • Composition: Takafumi Iwasaki
    • Arrangement: Seiichi Kyōda
    • Artist: Takayoshi Tanimoto with Young Fresh on chorus
Ending theme
  • "Tao" (道(タオ) Tao?)
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition: Katsuki Maeda (前田 克樹 Maeda Katsuki?)
    • Arrangement: Kazunori Miyake (三宅 一徳 Miyake Kazunori?)
    • Artist: Ichirou Mizuki with Young Fresh (Chorus)
Insert theme
  • "Just feel it 〜For Tomorrow〜" (Just feel it 〜明日のために〜 Just Fīru It 〜 Ashita no Tameni 〜?)
    • Lyrics: Shoko Fujibayashi
    • Composition: Katsuki Maeda (前田 克樹 Maeda Katsuki?)
    • Arrangement: Kazunori Miyake (三宅 一徳 Miyake Kazunori?)
    • Artist: Sister MAYO
    • Inserted in episode 08
  • "Burn GekiJuuken" (燃えよ激獣拳 Moeyo GekiJūken?)
    • Lyrics: Fujibayashi Seiko
    • Composition & Arrangement: Miyake Kazunori (三宅一徳 Kazunori Miyake?)
    • Artist: Takayuki Miyauchi
    • Inserted into episodes 06, 41
  • "High Up to the Sky" (高みの空へ Takami no Sora e?)
    • Lyrics, Composition, Arrangement & Artist: Tanimoto Takayoshi
    • Inserted into episodes 11, 14, 18
  • "1-2-3-4 Deep Care Justice" (道(タオ) 1-2-3-4 Geki Ki Seigi?)
    • Lyrics: Fujibayashi Seiko
    • Composition & Arrangement: Iwasaki Takafumi (岩崎貴文 Takafumi Iwasaki?)
    • Artist: Ken Narita
    • Inserted in episode 31
  • "Kageki!" (過激気! Kageki Ki?)
    • Lyrics: Oikawa Neko
    • Composition: Iwasaki Takafumi (岩崎貴文 Takafumi Iwasaki?)
    • Arrangement: Kyoda Seiichi (京田誠一 Seiichi Kyoda?)
    • Artist: MIQ
    • Inserted into episodes 21, 35
  • "My Way!! GekiViolet" (俺流!! ゲキバイオレット Oreryū!! Gekibaioretto?)
    • Lyrics: Kuwahara Nagae
    • Composition: Hideaki Takatori (高取ヒデアキ Takatori Hideaki?)
    • Arrangement: Akira Hiroshi (籠島裕昌 Hiroshi Akira?)
    • Artist: Shinichi Ishihara
    • Inserted in episode 25
  • "Osu! GekiChopper" (押忍! ゲキチョッパー! Osu! Gekichoppā!?)
    • Lyrics: Fujibayashi Seiko
    • Composition & Arrangement: Den Youru (伝ヨール Yōru Den?)
    • Artist: Ichirou Mizuki with Young Fresh (Chorus)
    • Inserted in episode 43
  • "Oath" (誓い Chikai?)
    • Lyrics: Arakawa Toshihisa
    • Composition & Arrangement: Chuumei Watanabe (渡辺宙明 Watanabe Chūmei?)
    • Artist: Ichiro Mizuki
    • Inserted into episodes 44, 45
  • "Burning up! 〜 Inheriting a Passion〜" (Burning up! 〜情熱を受け継いで〜 Burning up! 〜 Jōnetsu o Uketsuide 〜?)
    • Lyrics, Composition & Arrangement: Tanimoto Takayoshi
    • Artist: Ichirou Mizuki with Tanimoto Takayoshi
    • Inserted in episode 47
Character songs

Beginning with Lesson 39 and ending with Lesson 45, the Character Songs replaced the Jūken Academy segments and "Tao" as the ending theme. The Juken Sentai Gekiranger Character Song Album was released on December 19, 2007, and includes the following songs and karaoke versions of each song.[15]

  • "Susume no Susume" (進めのススメ?, "Pursuing Future") performed by Jyan Kandou (Geki Red) /Hiroki Suzuki (漢堂 ジャン(ゲキレッド)/鈴木 裕樹 Kandō Jan (Geki Reddo) /Suzuki Hiroki?)
  • "Run" performed by Ran Uzaki (Geki Yellow) /Mina Fukui (宇崎 ラン(ゲキイエロー)/福井 未菜 Uzaki Ran (Geki Ierō) /Fukui Mina?)
  • "Just make it out!" performed by Retu Fukami (Geki Blue) /Manpei Takagi (深見 レツ(ゲキブルー)/高木 万平 Fukami Retsu (Geki Burū) /Takagi Manpei?)
  • "Wandering Wolf" performed by Gou Fukami (Geki Violet) /Riki Miura (深見 ゴウ(ゲキバイオレット)/三浦 力 Fukami Gō (Geki Baioretto) /Miura Riki?)
  • "Sōiu Koto mo, Aru Daro yo" (そういうコトも あるだろよ?, "That sort of thing happens too") performed by Ken Hisatsu (Geki Chopper) /Sotaro (久津 ケン(ゲキチョッパー)/聡太郎 Hisatsu Ken (Geki Choppā) /Sōtarō?)
  • "Chigireta Hane" (ちぎれた羽根?, "The Torn Feather") performed by Mere/Yuka Hirata (メレ/平田 裕香 Mere/Hirata Yuka?)
  • "Kuroki Kodō ~Yuruginai Omoi~" (黒き鼓動~揺るぎない想い~?, "Dark Pulse ~Unwavering Desire~") performed by Rio/Hirofumi Araki (理央/荒木 宏文 Rio/Araki Hirofumi?)

CastEdit

Voice actorsEdit

Suit actorsEdit

Stage ShowEdit

NotesEdit

  • This is the only series with two Additional Rangers that are introduced at different times.
  • The first Super Sentai show not to a feature a sixth ranger on the team since Kyukyu Sentai GoGoFive
  • So far, this is the last official Sentai season to have "-ranger" in its name.
  • This is the third season in a row to have 49 episodes.

Official websitesEdit

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